The fourth film in our ‘Coming Home’ series which follows DJ EFN and the Crazy Hood crew as they travel to countries seeking out and exploring the country through hip hop culture. Continue reading
Shout to the homie and avid Drink Champs Army listener, Hoyt Silva for creating this amazing web-comic. Look for more from this graphic series based on our Drink Champs podcast. Continue reading
Bring in the New Year with new music from N.O.R.E. featuring the homies Yung Reallie and City Boy Dee produced by SPK! Continue reading
DJ MASEO REFLECTS ON DE LA SOUL’S SUCCESSFUL COMEBACK, THEIR NEW ALBUM, AND MORE – INTERVIEW BY TONY CENTENO
As grand scale artists fought to defend their relevance, De La Soul left fans young and old flabbergasted in 2016 when they proved they could stand out amongst the newbies. Their first album in 12 years “And The Anonymous Nobody” finally hit the shelves back in August, which was only a little over a year after they began to advertise their unconventional kickstarter campaign. Months after the album’s long awaited release, the generous donations from De La’s fanbase and supporters are starting to pay off in a major way. Continue reading
Enjoy the holidays with your favorite drunk uncles! Episode 52 aka the drunk Xmas special. Continue reading
Rap legend and Drink Champs host N.O.R.E. lives up to his reputation as “your favorite drunk uncle” in this extra wild episode of Hot Ones. As if the violently hot wings weren’t enough, N.O.R.E. challenges Sean to go shot-for-shot with Tiger Bone while attempting, with intermittent success, to discuss his storied career. Things fly off the rails in the best way possible–strap on your seat belts for this one, folks. Continue reading
New Drink Champs visuals from their latest episode. New audio podcast episodes drop Fridays with full video the following Tuesday. Continue reading
There’s no denying the amount of mental anguish the United States went through to select our 45 th president. Every tactic used by Donald J. Trump and his team, which is now his administration, was fueled by some kind of hate from the day he announced his candidacy to his bleak stance against the groups who have gained strength and momentum because of his victory. For defenders of all humanity Continue reading
In no way should anyone celebrate death unless you want to celebrate life but in the case of Cuba’s Fidel Castro many Cuban exiles rejoiced at the news of Castro’s death. Even in death Castro has found a way to create controversy and this is even true within the hip hop community. Many did not like the admiration the likes of artist like Nas expressed at the news of Castro’s death. Without going into a editorial essay about the Cuban experience, and the complicated history that goes with it, I’d just want to express my happiness at the closer this news gives all those that lived through the Cuban exile experience. Even the closer for those on the island in which maybe this might help nudge the country into a more progressive direction.
Check out this interesting video about Castro’s death.
Here’s video in the heart of the Cuban exile community following the news of Castro’s death.
New music from Kingdom Kome, Omniscient, Soarse Spoken and produced by our very own BeatsNdaHood. Continue reading